'Té Bheag' pronounced 'chey vek', not 'tea bag', is bottled without filtration, thus preserving the flavours that are often stripped away when wines or spirits are over filtered. 'Té Bheag', or 'The Little Lady', is the name of the boat on the label and the colloquial Gaelic expression for a 'wee dram'.
Té Bheag (pronounced chey vek) is unchilfiltered to preserve and accentuate the flavours. Owners Pràban na Linne are said to be the pioneers of this increasingly common practice. Té Bheag's blend is derived from 8- to 11-year-old malts from Islay, Highland and Speyside. It has the richness of toffee and delicate peaty tones with a long warm finish. One of the Scotch world's best values.